Dining at Seeda Thai, that is. We love the food, so we don’t get tired from going back over and over again. Perhaps, we will quit dining there when we finally get to taste every dish on the menu.
The restaurant was packed when we arrived. Blame it on a half hour delay because we accidentally ran into family friends at church. We were invited to dinner at their home (they live a few miles away from the church) but we politely declined because we didn’t want to create chaos. I very well know what transpires when you have to offer and extend an inpromptu invite because it is a polite gesture, but wind up harrassed because you’re not really ready for it (but I guess this is way more appropriate than not inviting or offering a proper meal, most especially if the visit is scheduled and anticipated. I know of someone and in fact I’ve been to someone’s home a few months back and boy was I hungry for real food. that was lunch.).
A few minutes of waiting for our food ensued but considering that it was full house, we had our food in no time.
The Lobster Pad Thai would have been perfect if not for the rubbery lobster. I think it was overcooked. The noodles was perfect, however.